Members of the Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) in Limpopo has re-elected its branch leader over the past week, held at Modipadi high school.
Makoko Leutle was re-elected uncontested as newly chairperson in the ward twenty in the Makhuduthamaga municipality.
This follows the EFF special meeting convened on 01 July 2019, by the Central Command Team (CCT) resolved that the EFF second National people’s Assembly will be conveyed on the 13 – 16 December 2019 at the Nasrec under the theme “consolidating the ground towards socialist power”
According to the CCT the upcoming elective conference in December has adopted guidelines that pave the path towards the election of delegate from branches, including regions, and provinces.
Newly branch leader, Makoko explained the upcoming event
“The national people’s assembly is an elective conference of the EFF, the highest decision making body and, according to the EFF constitution; it takes place every five years,”
In a statement which Sekhukhune Times seen, the EFF national spokesperson, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi stated that “Members and leaders of the EFF are therefore called upon to internalise these guidelines and participate in the lead up to this assembly with the highest discipline and determination,”
Ndlozi further made promise to the party members to send the discussed documents.
“Branches are not only ceased with matters of leadership but they also discuss the state of the nation in South Africa through the discussed documents of the EFF and provide a suitable solution to the challenges that are confronting the poor masses on the ground,” said Ndlozi.
Speaking of the leader, the party president, Julius Malema said the leaders of the party must work very hard.
“Don’t get easily excited by useless thing. We run revolution. Leaders must work hard. Any leader who’s busy doing nothing is not a leader,” said Malema
“A leader of the EFF must always be available. Fighters don’t use money to choose a leader because money is not going to work in the EFF,” he said.
Makoko said all the EFF delegates from across the country will elect individuals to the top leadership structures of the party.